Pete Weiss (as engineer) - Chad Mitchell Himself FLAC album
The Chad Mitchell Trio performs what was the first commercial recording of the Bob Dylan classic other than by Dylan himself
Album · 1965 · 10 Songs. Dark As a Dungeon (Album Version). 9. Over the Rainbow (Album Version). 10. Marieka (Album Version). Anne-Claire Mitchell) - Single. Flame's High - Single.
Engineer – Ray Fowler. Photography By – Sherman Weisburd. Producer – W. Chad Mitchell, Walter Raim. Chad Mitchell (2). Himself (LP, Album, Mono).
by Pete Weiss Photographs by Chris Bentley. Back in 2000, while on a session break, I got a call at the studio. It was a friendly voice with a subtle New York accent. Hello, I'm trying to reach Pete Weiss. Pete and I found it interesting that, while we did a lot of the same things in the studio - mic placement, gear maintenance, session management, etc. - we had each taken different paths in our work.
Chad Mitchell, Himself.
Pete Weiss is a New England-based xer/musician. Through his innovative, organic work with artists such as Kingsley Flood, Willard Grant Conspiracy, Two Dollar Pistols, Charlie Chesterman, Bow Thayer & Levon Helm, and Don Lennon, Weiss has developed a reputation as an outstanding producer who can adapt to many musical genres and is unafraid to ignore stylistic convention.
The Chad Mitchell Trio – later known as The Mitchell Trio – were a North American vocal group who became known during the 1960s. They performed traditional folk songs and some of their own compositions. They were particularly notable for performing satirical songs that criticized current events during the time of the cold war, the civil rights movement, and the Vietnam War, in a less subtle way than the typical folk music and singer-songwriter musicians of their time. Mike Kobluk, Joe Frazier and David Boise later left the music industry, Chad Mitchell released a number of solo albums before retiring from music, and Denver's time with the trio became the springboard to his highly successful solo career. Michael Johnson recorded more than 15 albums as a solo artist; he died at his Minneapolis home on July 25, 2017.
Alexander Mitchell, (13 April 1780 – 25 June 1868) was an Irish engineer who from 1802 was blind. He is known as the inventor of the screw-pile lighthouse. Born in Dublin, his family moved to Belfast while he was a child, and he received his formal education at Belfast Academy - where he excelled in mathematics. Originally working in brickmaking in Belfast, he invented machines used in that trade, before patenting the screw-pile in 1833, for which he would later gain some fame.
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